2 August 2018

Group Process in Systemic and Collaborative Therapies

This one-semester course (36 course credit hours) explores group dynamics and professional functioning in relation to systemic and collaborative modalities of psychotherapy. It examines experiential and theoretical factors with a focus on CRPO professional competencies. Within a small group context there will be emphasis on developmental processes, power dynamics, leadership influences and conflict resolution. Attention will also be given to deepening an understanding of systemic and collaborative psychotherapy within a therapeutic relationship. The class will function as a learning space in which issues and themes related to group dynamics are examined and processed.

Year One - WINTER Semester

ICS 152814 W19
Rev. Dr. Lawrence Beech
Mondays, 1:00pm - 3:50pm
Location: TCPCE